Communicative methodology seeks to achieve social transformation while developing research. It starts from the premise that everyone has knowledge regardless of their academic level. Its main aim is to break with the methodological relevance gap and provide social justice while researching with and for the end users. In this case, this paper presents the contributions to feminism knowledge creation with the collaboration of nonacademic women and academic women. These nonacademic women participate in dialogic literary gatherings reading and discussing universal classic literature, gaining knowledge and sharing through egalitarian dialogue. At the same time, this paper highlights the figure and contributions of Jesus Gómez, “Pato,” as the founder of the communicative methodology.
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